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The Ralph W. Hauenstein Series, the Hauenstein Center's annual schedule of public lectures, conferences, and debates offered throughout the academic year, brings public servants, leading scholars, and award-winning writers to Grand Rapids to discuss U.S. presidents and their impact on domestic and world affairs. The series explores important books, themes in American history, political traditions, current affairs, and leadership. Since 2003, the Hauenstein Center has offered more than 150 public programs, including three national conferences covered by C-SPAN, one debate webcast live to more than 3,500 viewers in eighteen countries, and another watched on YouTube by more than 50,000 people on six continents.

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The Ralph W. Hauenstein Series, the Hauenstein Center's annual schedule of public lectures, conferences, and debates offered throughout the academic year, brings public servants, leading scholars, and award-winning writers to Grand Rapids to discuss U.S. presidents and their impact on domestic and world affairs. The series explores important books, themes in American history, political traditions, current affairs, and leadership. Since 2003, the Hauenstein Center has offered more than 150 public programs, including three national conferences covered by C-SPAN, one debate webcast live to more than 3,500 viewers in eighteen countries, and another watched on YouTube by more than 50,000 people on six continents.

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